A Newly Constructed Home In Pasadena By Tim Durkovic

Tim Durkovic

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This newly constructed, completely updated home is a one-of-a-kind offering. Part of an original 13.75 acres estate, once subdivided, the property retained the 1894 original barn and a subsequent 1955 bungalow. The current owners creatively incorporated both structures into a newly developed 4-bedroom estate, retaining but completely restoring the barn as the centerpiece of the home. The trussed ceilings became the inspiration for the new design, resulting in a beautiful modern farmhouse feel throughout. There is one primary suite, with large spa-like bath and walk-in closet and 2 additional junior suites. A fourth guest room, bath and office complete the one-level living. The gourmet kitchen, open to the main living space with double fireplace, has disappearing walls of glass that open to a large covered patio leading to the immaculate back yard. Fountains and a firepit compliment the landscape for quintessential indoor/outdoor living. Custom stonework, designer finishes and a soothing color palette create a sense of escape. Situated behind gates, a circular drive with plenty of off-street parking leads to an oversized, attached 2-car garage. Located minutes to the conveniences of town, this home must be seen to fully be appreciated.

Address: 1490 S Marengo Ave, Pasadena, CA 91106

Price: $3,488,000

For more information, please contact Tim Durkovic at 310.738.8098 or tim@thedurkovicgroup.com

Tim Durkovic is the exclusive agent representing the Pasadena, CA real estate market as a member of the Haute Residence Real Estate Network. View all of his listings here.

Tim DurkovicPhoto Credit: Mark Liddell

Tim DurkovicPhoto Credit: Mark Liddell

Tim DurkovicPhoto Credit: Mark Liddell

Tim DurkovicPhoto Credit: Mark Liddell

Tim DurkovicPhoto Credit: Mark Liddell

Tim DurkovicPhoto Credit: Mark Liddell

Tim DurkovicPhoto Credit: Mark Liddell

Tim DurkovicPhoto Credit: Mark Liddell

Tim DurkovicPhoto Credit: Mark Liddell

Tim DurkovicPhoto Credit: Mark Liddell

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